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TitleMagnetic Resonance Imaging of Gel-cast Ceramic Composites
Author(s)Dieckman, S. L.; Balss, K. M.; Waterfield, L. G.; Jendrzejczyk, J. A.; Raptis, A. C.
Publication DateJanuary 16, 1997
Report NumberANL/ET/CP--91636
Unique IdentifierACC0261
Other NumbersCONF-970111--10; Legacy ID: DE97004089; OSTI ID: 459910
Research OrgArgonne National Laboratory (ANL), IL (United States)
Contract NoW-31109-ENG-38
Sponsoring OrgUS Department of Energy (USDOE) Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Washington, DC (United States)
Other Information21st Annual Conference and Expo on Composites, Advanced Ceramics, Materials and Structures, Cocoa Beach, FL (United States), 12-16 Jan 1997
Subject36 Materials Science ; Aluminum Oxides; Drying; Acrylamide; Polymers; Humidity; Magnetic Resonance; Shrinkage; Composite Materials; Images; Time Dependence
Related Web PagesNon-medical Uses of Computed Tomography and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
AbstractMagnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques are being employed to aid in the development of advanced near-net-shape gel-cast ceramic composites. MRI is a unique nondestructive evaluation tool that provides information on both the chemical and physical properties of materials. In this effort, MRI imaging was performed to monitor the drying of porous green-state alumina - methacrylamide-N.N`-methylene bisacrylamide (MAM-MBAM) polymerized composite specimens. Studies were performed on several specimens as a function of humidity and time. The mass and shrinkage of the specimens were also monitored and correlated with the water content.
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